HGSK Involvement in Amicus Briefs
Posted By Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C.
The Pennsylvania Courts allow the filing of amicus briefs (literally “friend
of court” briefs) by persons outside of a case with interest and
experience on a particular issue. These briefs can provide valuable insight
and information about legal arguments, as well as how the outcome of a
particular case may affect other people. Thus, amicus briefs can be of
considerable help to the Court.
James Haggerty, Esquire and
Suzanne Tighe, Esquire of Haggerty, Goldberg, Schleifer & Kupersmith, P.C. regularly
become involved in filing “friend of court” briefs in important
cases involving insurance issues in Pennsylvania. Jim Haggerty and Suzanne
Tighe advocate the rights of injured victims in the filing of these briefs.
HGSK works diligently to protect the rights of injured victims in Pennsylvania.
If you have been injured and suspect that your insurance company is acting in
bad faith, please contact a Pennsylvania insurance bad faith attorney today. You
may be entitled to compensation for your insurance company’s failure
to resolve your claim in an efficient and honest manner. With more than
a century of combined legal experience and several members on our team
who have previously defended insurance companies, we have the behind-the-scenes
insight needed to effectively resolve these types of cases.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you with your legal matter. Our
firm proudly represents individuals in Holland, Allentown, Reading, Lancaster,
Hazleton, Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and Kennett Square.